Before I start editing, I add colored markers to the music cues I might be using. This system makes it very easy for me to know the exact structure of the music cues so that I can find the section I need quickly and efficiently.
This is a very fast Premiere Pro technique for removing audio pops on dialogue jump cuts.
Without access to split audio stems, this is the next best solution to get clean dialogue from movies and video games!
This technique is very useful for multiple scenarios, whether you want a music cue to "ring out" whenever you'd like, or to add reverb to a sound effect. This tutorial is for all major editing platforms!
My list of most frequently used keyboard shortcuts and techniques.
A list of frequently used "ingredients" used in motion graphics